Melodies based on MIDImage 3 Demo Manipulated in Cubase Elements 7 Composed by Ludwig 3 (Chess algorithms) Mastered in Wavelab Elements 7 by using Reaktor 5.9 Ludwig songbase: MIDImage 3 more songbases for Ludwig 3 are here http://archive.org/details/Ludwig3-Addons Topic: algorithm composing
Catalog and Price List; Price List effective 1946-09-16. Composing room (and some Linotype/Intertype) equipment by H.B. Rouse and Company, Chicago. Includes the Rouse Composing Sticks, Cutters, the Rouse Band Saw, the Rouse Vertical Miterer, the Rouse Type Mortiser, the Rouse Sennett Positive Assembler (for linecasters), and other equipment. Topics: composing room equipment, printing
Drawings (only) of US patent 547,860, issued 1895-10-15 to James William Paige. "Machine for Distributing, Setting, and Justifying Type." Application filed 1887-08-19 as application serial number 247,325. This scan was done by Dr. David M. MacMillan from a printed original. Thanks are due to Mark Knudsen for preserving this material and making it available. This item contains the drawing sheets only. For the text (specification), see... Topics: typesetting, composing machines
Text (specification) of US patent 547,860, issued 1895-10-15 to James William Paige. "Machine for Distributing, Setting, and Justifying Type." Application filed 1887-08-19 as application serial number 247,325. This scan was done by Dr. David M. MacMillan from a printed original. Thanks are due to Mark Knudsen for preserving this material and making it available. This item contains the text (specification) pages only. For the Drawings, see... Topics: typesetting, composing machines
Instruction manual and parts catalog for the "Cost Cutter" brand of printers' saws manufactured by C. B. Nelson Company (Chicago). This manual was printed without a date, but clearly dates from the 1940s or 1950s. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment
Instruction manual for the "Cost Cutter" brand of printers' saws manufactured by C. B. Nelson & Company (Chicago). It includes an illustrated price list of supplies, but as this particular printing was intended for shipping overseas, the prices themselves are omitted. This manual was printed without a date, but clearly dates from the 1920s or 1930s. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment
This is a parts price list for the Lanston Monotype Composition Caster and Keyboard. It is undated, but must date from between 1907 (the date of introduction of the Style D Keyboard) and January 1910 (the date of the earliest dated update in it); it is probably from 1907. Pages 101-102 of the Caster section are missing from the item as scanned. Topics: lanston monotype, typecasting, composing machines
This is a list of Lanston Monotype typefaces for use with the Monotype Composition Caster, with additional information on set at various boody sizes, stopbars, etc. Topics: typecasting, composing, monotype, hot metal
United States Patent 1,807,896. Issued 1931-06-02. Filed 1927-07-25 as application serial number 208,077. Edward Cheshire. "Vise." Not assigned. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
United States patent 1,495,248. Issued 1924-05-27. Filed 1922-01-27 as application serial number 532,208. Edward Cheshire. "Saw Guard." Not assigned. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
This video is a student production from Dr. Cheryl E. Ball's English 239: Multimodal Composition class from Fall 2008 at Illinois State University. It is part of a chapter called Talking Back to Teachers that appears in the collection, The New Work of Composing, edited by Debra Journet, Ryan Trauman, and Cheryl Ball. Topics: students, composing, multimodal, teaching, technology, pedagogy, NWC
Dr. William Church's 1822 British Patent No. 4664 for a Typecasting, Typesetting, and Printing System. Specification (12 pages) and Drawings (8 sheets). Patent granted 1822-03-21. Specification Inrolled 1822-09-21. This is the 1857 official printing of the patent by Eyre and Spottiswoode. (See the "digitization cover note" file for further details.) Topics: typecasting, typefounding, typesetting, type composing, printing
An eight page brochure for the C & G (brand) printer's saw ("saw trimmer") manufactured by the Milwaukee Saw Trimmer Corporation. No date, but contemporary with a 1938 price list ( http://www.archive.org/details/CGSawTrimmersPriceList1938 ). Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
.Alias is currently composing and producing several musical projects, he assists certain newly founded websites with the production of sound and sound enginering Topics: digital composing, production music, soundscape, FX sound
konstruKt was founded in 2007. The trio’s music brings the free improvisation, experimentation and a brief homage to the history of Avant-Garde Jazz and Contemporary Music together… In 2008, with the addition of Korhan Futacı (reeds/fx/voice), the band started to play in quartet form also. This release is their second on Clinical Archives which determines their “unique” blend of improvisations with their ability to “konstruKt” instant compositions… The band Korhan Argüden: drums... Topics: jazz, freestyle, experimental, avant-garde, instant composing Source: Clinical Archives
United States patent 1,812,685. Issued 1931-06-30. Filed 1927-06-03 as application serial number 196,196. Edward Cheshire. "Composing Room Machine." [Combined router, type-high machine, drill, jig-saw,and broacher] NOTE: the correct patent number is 1,812,685. The URL for this page encodes "1813685"; this is a typographical error, but it's easier to leave it than to fix it. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
Three documents collected as one: (1) "Operation and Care of the Rouse Vertical Rotary Miterer, a three-page instructional typescript, (2) "Instructions for Adjusting Mitering Machine Gauge," a single page engineering-style drawing (Drawing No. S.A. 347, 1946-12-21), and (3) "Make Them Yourself on the Rouse Rotary Miterer," a single sheet printed advertisement. These documents cover the operation and care of the machine and suggest its use not only for mitering printers... Topics: printing, composing room, mitering, rouse vertical miterer
United States patent 1,506,407. Issued 1924-08-26. Filed 1922-03-06 as application serial number 541,309. Edward Cheshire. Composing-Room-Saw Mitering Arrangement. Not assigned. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
United States patent 1,618,170. Issued 1927-02-22. Filed 1923-09-15 as application serial number 662,840. Edward Cheshire. "Composing-Room Saw." Not assigned. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
Price list for the C&G brand of printer's saws ("saw trimmers") as then made by the Milwaukee Saw Trimmer Corporation. (This line of saws was later the "Morrison.") Eight page booklet, dated November, 1938. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
A collection of Matrix Case Arrangements (and some keyboard diagrams) for the Lanston Monotype Composition Caster. This particular collection is from a working binder of such information assembled by a Monotype operator at a firm of typographers. It is presented here in the order found. Topics: typecasting, composing, monotype, hot metal, matrix case
A six page instruction manual for Model 3A of the C&G brand of printer's saw as manufactured (at that time) by The Morrison Company, Milwaukee. Undated (but after the introduction of postal zone codes in 1943 and before the introduction of ZIP codes in 1963). Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
United States patent 1,463,545. Issued 1923-07-31. Filed 1921-01-21 as application serial number 438,813. Edward Cheshire. "Cutting Mechanism." Not assigned. Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
Advertising brochure for parts and attachments manufactured by the Monomelt Company for the Miller Saw-Trimmer and other printer's saws. (The Monomelt Company was better known for its Monomelt System of hot metal feeders.) No date, but the combination of the title and the lack of a city zone code in the address suggests the 1930s. Topics: linecasting, composing room equipment, printer's saws, printing
Two-page sales flyer for Model 3-A of the Morrison brand of printer's saw ("saw trimmer"), formerly the C&G brand, as manufactured (at that time) by The Morrison Company, Milwaukee. Undated (but after the introduction of postal zone codes in 1943 and before the introduction of ZIP codes in 1963). Topics: printers saw, composing room equipment, printing
TITO-Tantalus is an Instant Composition made by Jan van Wissen in June 2008 in the Fanny Scholten Studio, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He used for this composition: his voice, a guitar, a mouth-organ, children's toys and a Korg FX-generator. Topics: impro, toys, experimental, improvisation, instant composing, avantgarde, electro-acoustic
Mark Applebaum writes music that breaks the rules in fantastic ways, composing a concerto for a florist and crafting a musical instrument from junk and found objects. This quirky talk might just inspire you to shake up the “rules” of your own creative work. (Filmed at TEDxStanford.) Topics: TEDTalks, TED, Talks, art, composing, music, TEDxStanford, 2012
see placid cam's music to hear an integration of those orchestral samples into a musical snack. The phrases library includes thousands of phrases and articulations played on orchestral instruments. The samples have all been recorded by Philharmonia Orchestra players and are free to download and use, but please note: You can use the samples to create any kind of musical composition, you can even share them with other people, but you cannot sell them. In other words, you have the right to use... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: musical library, free orchestral sample, classical music, samples, composing
The hungarian-german composer and photographer Gustav SzathmÃ¡ry and his relationship with the german painter Paula Modersohn-Becker. From 1904 to their both death in 1907, these relationship was under no good star and ends in the death of Paula Modersohn-Becker after giving birth to her daughter Milli in childhoodbed in Worpswede, and the vanishing of Gustav SzathmÃ¡ry in the same time until his discovering in a grave in Worpswede 60 years later. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Gustav Szathmary, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Art, Photography, painting, composing, Composer
17 tracks of Toy experiences performed by TITO (TransIndustrial Toy Orchestra). These tracks were recorded on july 20, 2004 in the Fanny Scholten Studio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Players were Ine Ophof, Peter Kastner and Jan van Wissen. more info: http://www.jvwissen.nl Topics: Toys, fluxus, tito, noise, electro acoustic, humor, noise-toys, electro-acoustic, improvisation,...
Singer/songwriter Eddi Reader performs "Kiteflyer's Hill," a tender look back at a lost love. With Thomas Dolby on piano. Topics: TEDTalks, TED2003, TED, Talks, Featured, arts, composing, entertainment, guitar, memory, music,...
Artist Christine Sun Kim was born deaf, and she was taught to believe that sound wasn't a part of her life, that it was a hearing person's thing. Through her art, she discovered similarities between American Sign Language and music, and she realized that sound doesn't have to be known solely through the ears — it can be felt, seen and experienced as an idea. In this endearing talk, she invites us to open our eyes and ears and participate in the rich treasure of visual language. Topics: Tedtalks, TED, Talks, TED Fellows, art, communication, composing, language, music, sound, TED...
What if an artist that previously released one of the more fabulous experimental albums done on the Buchla 100 system from the Brandeis University would take a trip in a time capsule and use all anewed tools of the day and chooses to build a brand new album made from sounds of ordinary household equipment? Well; remember the âMy name is Marieta Cashmanâ album here on JNN? Altocumulus takes control again 40 years later! HOUSEHOLD APOCALYPSE is made from the sounds that come through my window... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Altocumulus, Composing field recordings, Creative Commons, experimental, free releases, household...